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Saturday, December 2 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Togetherness and Belonging - Indigenous-to-Indigenous Video Network

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Learn through discussion and video clips, how Indigenous communities are defending territorial sovereignty, promoting language, culture and their rights through a groundbreaking network of video collectives, locally owned, driven and managed. 

Among these are the Maasai of Loliondo (Tanzania), North East Network, based in Nagaland (N.E India) and La Marabunta Filmadora, representing 7 Indigenous groups across northern Mexico.

Discover how the Participatory Video (PV) approach:

-acts as a catalyst to radically increase the agency, capacity, confidence and motivation of communities to take control of the factors influencing their lives; 

-provides a platform for inter-generational and gender-balanced discussions, consensus building, and actions outside of constraints of the existing institutions of power, supporting decision making that better reflects community priorities.

Through valuing local knowledge, increasing self-esteem, and promoting communication that bonds disparate groups into a coherent and proactive force, PV enables people to document and communicate their vision of a future based on togetherness and belonging.

See More from Eddie Avila

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Nick Lunch

Founder Director, InsightShare
I have 20 years experience of community and development practice and am recognised as a pioneer of Participatory Video (PV) methods that can be used to enable groups to document their knowledge, ideas and innovations and open equitable dialogue with different stakeholder groups and... Read More →

Saturday December 2, 2017 10:30am - 11:30am GMT+0530
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